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Swiss firm appoints two from UBS Wealth Management
12/07/2018 , News Team

Helvetic Trust has appointed two from UBS Wealth Management as senior partners in its Zurich office.

Camiel Janssen has over 20 years’ experience in the financial industry. He began his career in 1996 in the corporate banking department at UBS. He worked in New York and Switzerland and moved to UBS’ wealth management department in 2006 where he worked as an investment adviser for Dutch high net worth clients.

Mr Janssen obtained a master of arts from University of Zurich, as well as a master of advanced studies in finance from University of Berne. He also holds a master of science in wealth management from Simon School, University of Rochester and graduated from the advanced executive program of Swiss Finance Institute.

Stefano Pierini has over 30 years’ experience in the financial industry. After completing his apprenticeship at UBS, he has worked for different departments within the firm. He also completed the UBS Wealth Management trainee program and acting as portfolio manager, he started to serve domestic and international private banking clients. In addition to this qualification, Mr Pierini is a certified international investment analyst (CIIA) and graduated from the Swiss finance institute executive programme.

Founded in 2001, Helvetic Trust has offices in Zurich, Bern and Lausanne, as well as a representative office in London. The firm is legally and financially independent and specialises in wealth and asset management. 


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